Do you read traditional fairy tales with your kids? There have been some discussions about the benefits of reading fairy tales with kids. Some are concerned about the dark side of the stories, some don’t like those traditional princess images who overly depend on others. However, there are still places for fairy tales in children’s literature. With the right stories, kids will learn the right moral value, gain vocabulary and grow their imagination. My best advice is to read ahead before sharing with kids to make sure the story is the one you would like your child to read. It is especially important now, since each publisher adds his/her own perspective into the stories and you want to make sure they align with your value in general.
Today we share a 3D interactive book app of fairy tales for kids. What makes this one fun and interesting is the 3D pop-up feature. When kids read the stories, for every 2-3 pages, there is a pop-up page, where kids can interact with items on the page. If you tilt the screen, you will be able to see the scene changes based on the angle you are looking from. The interactive activities are all based on the stories. For Cinderella, kids will help Cinderella clean the dishes and sweep the floor; for Princess and the Pea, kids will help the queen set the bed and hide the pea.
There are 8 classic fairy tales in the app, with the first one free. To buy more books in the app, you need coins, which can be purchased via In-App Purchase. But during this holiday season, there is a bonus available for 3 books. To get the holiday bonus, you just tap on the coin icon at the top right corner, and you will see the option of holiday bonus.
The 8 fairy tales in the app:
The Princess and the Pea
Goldilocks and the Three Bears
The Enormous Turnip
The Three Little Pigs
The Three Spinners
The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids
Enjoy the stories!
If you would like to check it out or purchase it, please use the App Store link provided below. The cost is the same to you, but iGameMom gets a small percentage. Thanks for your support! Note: The link works for all countries.
Looking for more book apps for your little ones? Check out these 10 Free Book Apps for Preschool Kids.